Monday, October 19, 2015

31 Days of Halloween - Day 19

Welcome 
to Day 19
 of the 
 
 
 

During the month of October I am participating as a Wicked Blogger in a month-long blog hop with some amazing artists.  Everyday you will find a new Halloween project mine as well as all of the blogs listed to the right under the 31 Days of Halloween Badge.

If you choose you can participate as a Horrifying Hopper  a Sinister Lurker or play in the Scavenger Hunt!!!  See more HERE to learn all the details about being a Horrifying Hopper,  a Sinister Lurker or a Scavenger Hunter!!!


Now for DAY 19!
I hope you are having as much fun as I am this month... please take time to visit all the blogs listed on the sidebar!
 
I will also be sharing this project as my Design Team project on the Altered Pages blog HERE!!!  The month of October Altered Pages is partnering with Royal Langnickle.  I have the opportunity to try their Gouche Acrylics on my  FRIGHTFUL Halloween tag.
 
 
 
Frightful Tag!!!
 

 
To start using Royal Langnickle Gouache - Crimson Red Lake, Mauve and Lemon Yellow paint randomely covering the Domestic Postcards tag.  Set aside to dry, about 15 20 minutes.

 

Fussy cut image from Night Terrors - Altered Pages collage sheet and adhere to tag with glue stick.   
 
Stamp the Chandelier.  Add spiders, draw web from the chandelier with a Pigma Micron Pen.

Add  Bone border from Gothic Lace Sticker Borders, trim edges. Adhere Frightful, add ribbon and fibers for finishing touch!

 
 
Supplies:
Royal Langnickle Gouache Acrylics (Crimson Red Lake, Mauve and Lemon Yellow)Tag Domestic Postcards
Bone border - Gothic Lace Sticker Borders
Night Terrors - Altered Pages collage image
Chandelier stamp - Memory Box
SpidersRibbon & Fiber
Glue stick
Pigma Micron Pen

 

13 comments:

Rebecca pettit said...

The colors are perfect with all of the elements you included on your tag. The whole thing really pops. I love really saturated color and baby you've got it!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Wicked cool tag today, those colours are yummy!

Susan Salyer said...

Loving this tag beautiful! excellent choice of colors. awesome.

Carol said...

Fab tag - loving the layers and spooky spiders xx

valscraftings said...

Spooktacular tag!

Sari / Granne said...

Thank you for the tutorial, awesome old fashion horror on your tag, love it

Nan Bourdeu said...

Thanks for the deets I have been looking at these paints...fab background and frightful indeed xx

Squiddy said...

Frightful hairdo, indeed!

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Super tag--love the Bride of Frankenstein!

Mary Holshouser said...

Ferocious piece.
those black spiders look so real.
Great project.
thanks for sharing.

Susan Renshaw said...

Those acrylics look fun to play with - lovely bright colours! Love the spiders and the frightened lady...

IamUniquelyImperfect said...

Awesome tag. Love the colors. Patricia B

DonnaMundinger said...

Super tag! Love the colors and cool vintage vibe. xxD